Potato cake delicious, quick and simple recipe


You probably know this recipe, but I still wanted to share it to remind you of this simple and delicious dessert. We cooked it with my mother, and now I cook it for my children. They love this cake! I know that “potatoes” are usually made with crackers, but today I’m going to show you a simple version made with crackers. After all, it is its taste that I remember from childhood


ingredients :

biscuits – 500 gr
5 tablespoons – cocoa
butter – 100 gr
condensed milk – 250 gr

To decorate:

1 tablespoon – butter
1 teaspoon – sugar or powdered sugar

Method :

Place the biscuits in the blender, grind them into flour, then put them in a deep bowl. If you don’t have a blender, you can put it through a meat grinder. You can also grind it using a rolling pin or grater


Add cocoa crumbs and mix well until smooth. I added natural cocoa without sugar so that the cake would not turn out cloying


Then add melted or just soft butter, and mix well with your hands until smooth. Now add condensed milk in small portions and start mixing. The main thing is not to overdo it with condensed milk. The dough should be of such a consistency that it can be easily molded into a cake and it will hold its shape

From the finished dough we form a cake of any shape. I made it the way I remember from childhood. Sprinkle cocoa on top of the finished cakes and put them in the refrigerator for 15 minutes

While the cake is infusing, prepare the cream for decoration. To do this, grind butter at room temperature with sugar until it is completely dissolved. To speed up the process, you can use powdered sugar instead of sugar

Decorate the cakes with cream to your taste. Ready! Delicate, sweet, not dry cakes will probably appeal to everyone. If you have children, you can involve them in the cooking process. They will be interested. Enjoy your tea

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